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Diane Warren
Diane Warren looking to the right and smiling while holding a microphone in her hand.
Warren at 2009 Pop Conference, Experience Music Project, Seattle
Background information
Birth nameDiane Eve Warren[1]
Born (1956-09-07) September 7, 1956 (age 65)[2]
Van Nuys, California, US
Genres
Occupation(s)Songwriter, musician, record producer
InstrumentsKeyboard
Years active1983–present

Diane Eve Warren (born September 7, 1956[1][2]) is an American award-winning songwriter, musician and record producer.

Warren's career was jump-started in 1985 with "Rhythm of the Night" by DeBarge. In the late 1980s, she joined forces with the UK music company EMI, where she became the first songwriter in the history of Billboard magazine to have seven hits, all by different artists, on the singles chart at the same time, prompting EMI's UK Chairman Peter Reichardt to call her "the most important songwriter in the world". She has been rated the third most successful female artist in the UK.

Warren has written nine number-one songs and 32 top-10 songs on the Billboard Hot 100 including, "If I Could Turn Back Time" (Cher, 1989), "Because You Loved Me" (Celine Dion, 1996), "How Do I Live" (LeeAnn Rimes, 1997), and "I Don't Want to Miss a Thing" (Aerosmith, 1998). Two of the top 13 hits in the Hot 100's 57-year history were composed by Warren. She has won a Grammy Award, an Emmy Award, two Golden Globe Awards, three consecutive Billboard Music Awards for Songwriter of the Year, and has been nominated for twelve Academy Awards. She has been inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame and received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Her UK success saw her win an Ivor Novello Award when she received the Special International Award in 2008.

She controls the rights over her music through her publishing company, Realsongs. Her debut album was released on August 27, 2021.[3]

Early life

Warren, the youngest of three daughters, was born to David, an insurance salesman, and Flora Warren,[4] in the Los Angeles community of Van Nuys,[5] where she said she felt misunderstood and "alienated" as a Jewish child growing up.[6] Her family's surname "Warren" was originally "Wolfberg", but her father changed the name because he wanted it to sound less Jewish.[7] Warren says she was rebellious as a child[6] and told NPR's Scott Simon that she got into trouble and ran away as a teen but returned because she missed her cat.

As a child, Warren loved listening to the radio and dreamed of performing on the radio herself.[7] She was also influenced by music through her parents and her sisters who would play music.[8] She began writing music when she was 11 but took a more serious approach at 14, commenting "music saved me."[7][9] Warren has said that her mother asked her to give up her dream of a songwriting career[10] and take a secretarial job. However, her father continued to believe in her and encouraged her. In addition, he bought her a 12-string guitar and a metal shed for her to practice and took her to music auditions.[1] She wrote Celine Dion's 1996 song "Because You Loved Me" as a tribute to her father for his encouragement.[11]

She attended Los Angeles Pierce College and graduated from California State University, Northridge in 1978, but largely considered her education a waste as she focused most of her time on improving her songwriting skills instead of on her education.[7][12][13]

On the February 12, 2016 edition of All Things Considered, Warren said that she had been molested at age 12, and had later experienced sexual harassment and assault by a sound engineer during her working career.[14]

Career

Warren's first hit was "Solitaire",[5] which Laura Branigan took to No. 7 in the US pop charts in 1983.[6]

She's actually more like the Emily Dickinson of Pop. As in the case of the great nineteenth-century reclusive New England poet known for her simple yet eloquent verses, Warren leads a life focused almost entirely on her art.

— Alanna Nash, Good Housekeeping, 1998

The original name for her publishing company, Realsongs, was "Warren Piece" because "War and Peace" was already taken.[15] In 1998, Realsongs and its international partner, EMI Music Publishing, distributed A Passion For Music, a six-CD box set that showcased her music. EMI Music's London office assisted in distributing 1,200 copies of the box set primarily to the film and television industry for consideration in soundtracks and other commercial endeavors. It was not marketed to consumers.[16] As of 2011, Warren's music has appeared in the soundtracks of over sixty films. She was awarded a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame[17] in 2001.[18]

The Diane Warren Foundation, in conjunction with the ASCAP Foundation and the VH1 Save the Music Foundation created a joint initiative, beginning in 2000, called Music in the Schools. The initiative provides sheet music, band arrangements, folios, and method books to each of the schools that are already recipients of musical instruments from the VH1 Save the Music Foundation.[19]

In 2004, Warren released a compilation album of love songs, titled Diane Warren Presents Love Songs, which includes several of her award-winning hits.

Warren continues to write hit songs for and with artists of all mainstream genres, including Celine Dion, Cheap Trick, En Vogue, Whitney Houston, Belinda Carlisle, Britney Spears, Marcia Hines, Alice Cooper, Christina Aguilera, Beyoncé, TLC, Aaliyah, Heart, Agnetha Fältskog, Elton John, Cher, Tina Turner, Bryan Adams, Selena, Jessica Simpson, Air Supply, Olivia Newton-John, Barbra Streisand, Aretha Franklin, Roberta Flack, Roy Orbison, Trisha Yearwood, Patti LaBelle, Michael Bolton, NSYNC, Rene Froger, Gloria Estefan, Reba McEntire, Enrique Iglesias, Paloma Faith, Russell Watson, Rod Stewart, RBD, Aerosmith, The Cult, Kiss, Ricky Martin, Faith Hill, Michael W. Smith, Meat Loaf, Sugababes, Mariah Carey, Toni Braxton, Exposé, Leigh Nash of Sixpence None the Richer, LeAnn Rimes, Gavin DeGraw, Kierra Sheard, Mandy Moore, Hilary Duff, Haylie Duff, Lindsay Lohan, Lady Gaga, Chrissy Metz, Claire Richards, Starship, Westlife and so on, producing some of the songs as well. Her songs have been covered by artists including Joe Cocker, Weezer, Edwin McCain, Milli Vanilli, Mark Chesnutt, Sara Evans, among others.

Warren wrote three songs for Carrie Underwood's debut album, Some Hearts (2005) that were "Lessons Learned", "Whenever You Remember" and the title track, the latter originally written for Marshall Crenshaw.

In 2009, Warren co-wrote the United Kingdom's entry in the Eurovision Song Contest with Andrew Lloyd Webber the song "It's My Time".[20] It was sung by Jade Ewen and achieved 5th place, the best for the UK since 2002.[21]

In 2010, Warren partnered with Avon Products as a celebrity judge for Avon Voices,[22] Avon's first ever global online singing talent search for women and songwriting competition for men and women. For the competition, Warren wrote a special anthem which was recorded by the finalists and produced by Humberto Gatica.[23] Warren has been recognized six times ASCAP Songwriter of the Year and four times Billboard's Songwriter of the Year.[24]

In 2012, Warren wrote the song "Counterfeit" for Tulisa's debut solo album The Female Boss.

Warren wrote Paloma Faith's 2014 song "Only Love Can Hurt Like This".[25]

Warren's success in the US has been paralleled in the UK, where she has been rated the third most successful female artist.[26] Peter Reichardt, former Chairman of EMI Music Publishing UK, credited her as "the most important songwriter in the world."[27]

Warren is the first songwriter in the history of Billboard magazine to have seven hits, all by different artists, on the singles chart at the same time. Warren has had nine of her compositions hit #1 in the US Billboard Hot 100, all by different artists, and overall more than 30 of her songs have hit the US top ten. Additionally, two of the top 13 hits in the Hot 100's 57-year history were written by her - "How Do I Live" (number four) and "Un-Break My Heart" (number 13).[28] She has had even more success on the US Adult Contemporary charts, where sixteen of her songs have gone to #1, and overall more than 40 songs have hit the top ten on that chart. In the UK, Warren has had three #1 hits, and more than 20 top ten hits. She has been inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame and received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.[29]

Warren's debut studio album, Diane Warren: The Cave Sessions Vol. 1, was released on August 27, 2021 via Di-Namic Records and BMG.[30] Its first single, "Times like This" with Darius Rucker, was released on November 10, 2020.[31] The second single, "She's Fire" with G-Eazy and Carlos Santana, was released on July 13, 2021.[32][33] The single "Seaside" with Rita Ora, Sofía Reyes, and Reik was released on the same day as the album.[34]

Personal life

Warren has never married,[35] and does not think of herself as a person of commitment. In interviews, she has said that she believes that her lack of a romantic life makes her more peculiar as a songwriter.[7] She was in a relationship with songwriter and record producer Guy Roche that ended in 1992[7] and claims she has not had another relationship since, commenting "I've never been in love like in my songs. I'm not like normal people. I'm no good at relationships. I draw drama to me — it's the Jew in me".[36] Warren considers herself to be cynical regarding romance, but she does not let this affect her songwriting[7] and prefers to write alone than co-writing, commenting "When I write with other people, the experience is different. You have to compromise, which I have problems with. I'd rather listen to my own mind".[13]

In a 2000 interview, Warren explained that she never let go of music despite experiencing rejections, depression and poverty.[7] In 1994, Warren's house was damaged by the Northridge earthquake, causing her to be miserable and homeless, drifting from hotels to rental houses. She has said that therapy helped her with songwriting.[7] She has also revealed that she works 12–16 hours a day, always takes her keyboard whenever she travels[15] and is "...more crazy and intense than I was at 20..."[4]

Warren does not usually allow anyone into her Hollywood Hills office,[7] which she describes as a "cluttered, airless room". In 2012, Warren said that nothing in her office had been cleaned or moved for 17 years because she is superstitious; she prefers to think of that room as her "secret world".[4] In that room, Warren records melodies with a tape recorder on which she plays them again and chooses the songs she likes the most.[4] Warren did allow part of a 2016 interview with CBS News Sunday Morning correspondent Ben Tracy to be taped in the office.[37]

Awards

Academy Awards

Year Category Song title Film title Nominated work
1988 Best Original Song[38] "Nothing's Gonna Stop Us Now" (with Albert Hammond) Mannequin Nominated
1997 "Because You Loved Me" Up Close and Personal Nominated
1998 "How Do I Live" Con Air Nominated
1999 "I Don't Want to Miss a Thing" Armageddon Nominated
2000 "Music of My Heart" Music of the Heart Nominated
2002 "There You'll Be" Pearl Harbor Nominated
2015 "Grateful" Beyond the Lights Nominated
2016 "Til It Happens to You" (with Lady Gaga) The Hunting Ground Nominated
2018 "Stand Up for Something" (with Common) Marshall Nominated
2019 "I'll Fight" RBG Nominated
2020 "I'm Standing with You" Breakthrough Nominated
2021 "Io sì (Seen)" (with Laura Pausini) The Life Ahead Nominated

ASCAP

ASCAP Pop Music Awards

Year Nominee / work Award Result Ref.
1986 "Rhythm of the Night" Most Performed Songs Won [39]
1988 "Nothing's Gonna Stop Us Now" Won [40]
1989 Won [41]
"I Get Weak" Won
1990 Herself Songwriter of the Year Won [42]
"Look Away" Most Performed Songs Won
"I Don't Wanna Live Without Your Love" Won
"If I Could Turn Back Time" Won
1991 Won [43]
"Blame It on the Rain" Won
"How Can We Be Lovers?" Won
"I'll Be Your Shelter" Won
"Love Will Lead You Back Won
"When I See You Smile" Won
"When the Night Comes" Won
Herself Songwriter of the Year Won
1993 Won
1994 "I'll Never Get Over You Getting Over Me" Most Performed Songs Won [44]
"Nothing Broken but My Heart" Won
1995 Herself Voice of Music Award Won [45]
"Don't Turn Around" Most Performed Songs Won
1996 Won [46]
1997 "Because You Loved Me" Won [47]
1999 Won [48]
"I Don't Want to Miss a Thing" Won
"Un-Break My Heart" Won
"How Do I Live" Won
Song of the Year Won
Herself Songwriter of the Year Won

Broadcast Film Critics Association Awards

Year Nominee / work Award Result
1999 "Music of My Heart" Best Song Won
2001 "There You'll Be" Nominated
2008 "Do You Feel Me" Nominated
2011 "You Haven't Seen the Last of Me" Nominated
2016 "Til It Happens to You" (with Lady Gaga) Nominated
2017 "Stand Up for Something" (with Common) Nominated
2021 "Io sì (Seen)" (with Laura Pausini and Niccolò Agliardi) Nominated

David di Donatello Awards

Year Nominee / work Award Result
2021 "Io sì (Seen)" (with Laura Pausini and Niccolò Agliardi) Best Original Song Nominated

Primetime Emmy Awards

Year Nominee / work Award Result
2016 "Til It Happens to You" Outstanding Original Music and Lyrics Won

Golden Globe Awards

Year Nominee / work Award Result
1986 "Rhythm of the Night" Best Original Song Nominated
1988 "Nothing's Gonna Stop Us Now" (with Albert Hammond) Nominated
1997 "Because You Loved Me" Nominated
2002 "There You'll Be" Nominated
2011 "You Haven't Seen the Last of Me" Won
2021 "Io sì (Seen)" (with Niccolò Agliardi & Laura Pausini) Won

Grammy Awards

Year Nominee / work Award Result Ref.
1985 Ghostbusters Best Album of Original Score Written for a Motion Picture or a Television Special Nominated [52]
1988 "Nothing's Gonna Stop Us Now" Best Song Written Specifically for a Motion Picture or Television Nominated
1997 "Because You Loved Me" Won [53]
Song of the Year Nominated [52]
1998 "How Do I Live" Nominated
Best Song Written Specifically for a Motion Picture or Television Nominated
1999 "I Don't Want to Miss a Thing" Nominated
Song of the Year Nominated
2000 "Music of My Heart" Best Song Written for a Motion Picture, Television or Other Visual Media Nominated
2002 "There You'll Be" Nominated
2012 "You Haven't Seen the Last of Me" Best Song Written for Visual Media Nominated
"Born To Be Somebody" Nominated
2014 "Silver Lining (Crazy 'Bout You)" Nominated
2016 "Til It Happens to You" (with Lady Gaga) Nominated
2018 "Stand Up for Something" (with Common) Nominated

Ivor Novello Awards

Year Nominee / work Award Result Ref.
2008 Herself The Special International Award Won [54]

Satellite Awards

Year Nominee / work Award Result
1999 "I Don't Want to Miss a Thing" Best Original Song Won
2002 "There You'll Be" Nominated
2007 "Do You Feel Me" Nominated
2010 "You Haven't Seen the Last of Me" Won
2016 "Til It Happens to You" (with Lady Gaga) Won
2018 "Stand Up for Something" (with Common) Won
"Prayers for This World" Nominated
2021 "Io sì (Seen)" (with Laura Pausini and Niccolò Agliardi) Won

Other awards and honors

  • Palm Springs International Film Festival's (PSIFF) Frederick Loewe Music Award (2011)
  • Women in Film Crystal Award along with Lauren Shuler Donner and Jennifer Lopez (2006)[55]
  • Hollywood Film Festival Outstanding Achievement in Songwriting (2001)
  • Billboard Music Award Songwriter of Year (1997, 1998, 1999)
  • The Hollywood Reporter and Billboard's Inaugural Film & TV Music Career Achievement Award (2008)
  • Hollywood Walk of Fame Star (2001)
  • Songwriters Hall of Fame (2001)
  • Transatlantyk Golden Ark - Independent Spirit Award (2018)
  • Polar Music Prize (2020)

Discography (as artist)

Studio albums

Title Details
Diane Warren: The Cave Sessions Vol. 1
  • Released: August 27, 2021
  • Label: BMG
  • Format: CD, DD, streaming

Compilation albums

Title Details
Diane Warren Presents Love Songs
  • Released: 2004
  • Format: CD

Singles

List of singles, showing year released
Title Year Album
"(We All Are) Looking for Home"
(with Leona Lewis)
2016 non-album single
"Times like This"
(with Darius Rucker)
2020 Diane Warren: The Cave Sessions Vol. 1
"She's Fire"
(with G-Eazy and Carlos Santana)
2021
"Seaside"
(with Rita Ora, Sofía Reyes, and Reik)[56]

See also

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